Land Use and Development / September  2022




Land Use and Development Committee Meeting

Tuesday, September 27, 2022, 6:00 p.m.   

Northminster Presbyterian Church, 1660 Kessler Blvd E Dr

The Land Use and Development Committee endeavors to implement the development guidelines established in the
Broad Ripple Village Plan (adopted by the Department of Metropolitan Development in November 2012) and submits recommendations to the BRVA board and Department of Metropolitan Development regarding zoning and planning issues and local and state boards and commissions regarding the issuance of alcoholic beverage permits.


Call to order and explanation of LU&DC's position on requests - 6:00pm
Introductions of committee members and guests
Approval of the previous minutes 
  • 6262 Washington Boulevard - Requesting a variance of development standards of the Consolidated Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance to provide for a building addition resulting in a 3.3-foot northern side yard setback (four-foot side setback required).
  • 1011 Westfield Boulevard (former Brugge site) - Mark Demerly, of Demerly Architects, and Andy Teed will be presenting a proposed two-story building at 1011 Westfield Boulevard (the old Brugge site). The existing property is zoned C5 which allows the proposed uses of a Restaurant and Offices on the site. The proposed building will have a restaurant on the first floor, offices on the second floor and parking in the lower basement area. They plan to file for a variance of design standards to allow for reduced front, side and rear setbacks. They would like to move the building to the property lines, similar to the other buildings in the adjacent area to the west and north. This will be a preliminary presentation, prior to filing with the city. The land use plan classifies the site as Urban Mixed Use.

Next meeting: Tuesday, October 25, 2022 6:00 P.M. - Northminster Presbyterian Church